Get on track with our professionally run exclusive club trackday
All tickets include professionally catered food throughout the weekend
Music and live DJ's playing on stage throughout the weekend
Weekend tickets include camping pitches, and shower facilities
Blyton Park is one of the UK's newest track day venues, opening for business in March 2011, with a new 1.5 mile tarmac circuit featuring a wide variety of corners, using a circuit design that ensures that there is ample tarmac run-off and as few solid barriers as possible.
Driving on the Blyton Park circuit will be exclusively for our event and those who have purchased CSF19 track slots. The track is hired for our exclusive use on Saturday 6th July. This will mean you will be on track with fellow ClioSport Club Members and Renault enthusiasts from our guest clubs in similar vehicles.
To enable as many people as possible to get on track the trackday will be split into half day, morning and afternoon Open Pit Lane sessions. This will also allow people to have some time to enjoy the other aspects of the day when they are not on track. If you do want to spend the full day on track then a full day is availble at a reduced price!
We offer a number of options to compliment your day which can be purchased in advance or during the day at the sign-on office.
Show off your pride and joy to fellow members of ClioSport and other clubs in the Renault community. Parking in the display area is available to all those attending on the day. Guest clubs will have their own dedicated club area.
Get great views of fellow members lapping the circuit from the spectator banking. Perfect for watching the action and taking photos with great visibility of the circuit.
Every admission ticket purchased will include a lunchtime food voucher worth £6 redeemable at the excellent on-site clubhouse restaurant. A wide selection of hot food and sandwiches will be available for you to choose from.
Using full size racing seats and the latest force feedback steering wheels our driving simulators provide drivers with a virtual in car driving experience and the opportunity to compete against friends and members in a choice of environments whilst competing in the same race! Free to use as many times as you like.
A trader zone featuring stands and stalls from some of your favourite official ClioSport Traders and other local and national motoring related organisations. In addition to treating yourself to something for your car, this is a great opportunity to chat to the experts about their products and services.
Drive superb new Karts on Blytons privately owned challenging 600 metre kart circuit. Sessions are available from only £20, which includes provision of overalls, helmet, full safety briefing and print-out of all your lap times. You can book in advance direct with the kart circuit by visiting https://racewaykartcentre.com
Do you pride yourself in having a seriously clean car? Then show off your obsession on the day! Cars will be judged at 3.00pm on Saturday and prizes for the best cars will be awarded at the end of the day.
A permanent feature of every event has been our prize charity raffle. Thanks to your support, over the past 9 years we've given away thousands of pounds in prizes, and donated thousands to charity. This year we will again have a great selection of superb prizes up for grabs in aid of a great charity!
This years charity will be announced soon!
A selection of complimentary hot & cold drinks and snacks will be available during the weekend from the ClioSport refreshments tent.
Our club shop will be open throughout the day for you to purchase items our wide range of ClioSport branded merchandise. As always prices will be generously discounted from the usual online price, so come and see what we have to offer, and grab yourself a bargain!
Live DJ sets from our members will be playing on stage throughout the day to provide a background to the event.
If you have the skills and would like to play a short set during the event then contact us using the form below to get yourself added to the set list!
Weekend ticket holders will enjoy a free evening meal by one of our professional caterers.
Each weekend ticket holder will be entitled to a full meal.
Full details of the catering and food on offer will be annouced shortly!
Chill out after a great day on track and enjoy our live music on our stage, and into the night in our giant illuminated marquee.
Members will be showing of their DJ skills with a range of sets to keep the music going late into the night.
If you have the skills and would like to show them off on the night then contact us using the form below to get yourself added to the set list
Camping pitches are available to all those staying for the weekend with hot showers and toilet facilities included on site.
Every year we are blown away by the response for people wanting to arrive on the Friday evening before the show to extend the weekend further. With this in mind all weekend tickets now include a camping pitch for both Friday and Saturday nights, should you choose to use them.
The Blyton Park cafe will be open to all on Sunday morning for those wishing to purchase breakfast before packing up and heading home.
The venue is one mile from Blyton village on the B1205 (Kirton Road) and approaching from Blyton the entrance is a mile from the village on the left hand side. There are big signs on both sides of two heavy steel gates and a derelict wartime brick shed next to the entrance. Go through the gates and follow the track past the grasstrack on your left. Keep going past a derelict farm and park by the big grain store (green) on your right.
Please drive slowly and carefully and have your tickets ready for inspection at the gate.
'Saturday Daytime Only' tickets will be available on the day at an increased price of £15
Full Weekend tickets will be extremely limited on the day as we will have resevered a set number of catering and camping space allocations. Any that are available will be sold on a first come first serve basis at an increased price of £35.
You are strongly advised to book tickets in advance to avoid the risk of no further availibility on the day!
Tracktime will not be for sale on the day, and must be booked in advance.
If tracktime has all sold out, but you are still coming to the event anyway, you may be able to be waitlisted for any possible no-shows on the day.
Once people have arrived and “signed on” at the circuit office and received their identification wristbands, the track manager will give a quick but comprehensive briefing. It's here that everything will be explained, from sessions to safety and overtaking to tuition. It's at this point we ask for anyone who isn't quite sure as to how things work to speak up. We than ask that everyone gets ready and joins the rest of their session in the parking area. After the circuit staff have carried out the final safety checks on the circuit... away you go! Your first 3 laps will be in convoy behind a Safety Car to acquaint you with the circuit in use on that event. We usually have a 1-hour break for lunch around 12.45pm where the morning session will end and sign-on and preparation for the afternoon session will begin. No driver will be allowed on track until they have attended a safety breifing.
Helmet hire is provided by MOT Trackdays on the day at a cost of £10. Please ask at signing on if you would like to hire one. Helmets may be limited and subject to availability, so in case of high demand, we would advise bringing your own where possible.
A general rule of thumb is that in the interest of safety your body, arms and legs are covered and you wear a suitable helmet. The circuit insists that drivers and passengers wear suitable and well fitting helmets at all times on the track. Occupants of cars that do not have full windscreens should wear full face helmets or suitable eye protection.
While you do require a full weekend ticket to stay on and enjoy the Saturday evening entertainment and food, camping is of course not mandatory on either day. You will be able to leave site later in the evening to return home or to a local hotel if you prefer.
Please note however that for security reasons, gates will be locked and movement on and off the site may be strictly controlled after 10 pm.
The noise limits are 105 dba Static and 95 dba Driveby
The static test is measured at 3/4 throttle at 0.5 metres from the tailpipe. These limits are usually the same limit as imposed on most road based race / rally competition cars and should therefore not be hard to achieve. The circuit may not test every car as they feel experienced enough to selectively test the noisier cars.
Although trackday accidents are rare, if you decide to take your car on to a track, you must be aware that you are accepting the risk. By booking to take part you have already agreed to this. You will also be required to sign a further declaration at each event. This is usual on any trackday.
The owners of venue, MOT Trackdays (Mazda On Track), ClioSport Limited or any other person or company cannot be held responsible, even if an accident is not your fault. It is becoming increasingly unlikely that your road going policy is going to cover you for a trackday so make sure you check with your insurance company first. Make sure you mention that these events are non-competitive and no racing or timing is allowed. There are numerous providers of Trackday Insurance online, for an additional premium. We always recommend you take out a separate per event policy to be sure. It is recommended that you consider if you have adequate personal accident insurance in place before taking part.
Although MOT Trackdays is not a training organisation, and trackdays are certainly not about learning to be a racing driver, Instructors are available to give you informal guidance into track driving technique, and how it varies from road driving. That said your road driving can benefit a great deal from the skills discovered in your trackday experience.
The aim is ultimately to improve how safely and smoothly you drive your car around a track and that will inevitably help with awareness and control on the road.
Ultimately it's only going to be you with feet on the pedals, and any accidents at trackdays (thankfully rare) are always the fault of the driver and the driver alone. Instructors cannot stop you from having an accident but they can make you think twice about driving beyond your limits. We HIGHLY recommend all beginners make use of them. Advice can be booked when you sign into any event.
Children under the age of 16 years old will be admitted with a reduced price childs ticket with any accompanying adult. Proof of age may be requested on the gate. Children must remain accompanied by an adult at all times.
Dogs are not permitted to enter any part of the site and showground. Please do not bring them along or you will be asked to leave with no refund of any tickets purchased. This is for the safety of all attendees and the dogs themselves due to the nature of the circuit activities.
Yes, passengers over the age of 16 are welcome. If under 18 their guardian will be required to sign a Declaration and Indemnity. A general rule is that only the front seats are allowed to be occupied. However each passenger must have the exclusive use of a seat belt. An additional charge of £10 per passenger is charged for each passenger, and can be purchased with your tickets in advance, or at the track sign-on office.
Signed on passengers and drivers may passenger in other cars at no extra charge. We ask that all passengers wait until drivers are signed on before signing on themselves.
Please be aware that there is a clearly defined refund policy for all ticket and track time purchases, as agreed in the booking terms and conditions.
Due to the organisers commitments with event suppliers, we are required deduct the following administration charges from all refunds as the event approaches.
1st October 2018 - 6th April 2019: 25% deducted
7th April 2019 - 6th May 2019: 50% deducted
7th May 2019 - 6th June 2019: 75% deducted
7th June 2019 - Day of Event: Strictly No Refund
All tickets are non-transferrable (identification will be required when signing on on the day). If you are unable to use a ticket you have purchased you cannot sell this on yourself to a third party.
The site opens to those with Full Weekend tickets for optional pre-show camping on Friday 5th July from 5.30pm. Please do not arrive before this time as there will be strictly no earlier entry.
Please note: Gates will then close again at 10.00pm prompt by the site owners in order to secure the site. You must ensure you arrive by this time or you will be unable to get in until the gates open again in the morning.
You will be given your tickets, food vouchers, car sticker etc at the ticket checkpoint. Please stop and wait until a member of the event team admits you. Do not enter without having recieved your tickets, otherwise you will miss out on important parts of you ticket pack!
In the unlikely event of a queue, please DO NOT leave your car or approach the ticket booth on foot as this will delay your entry. Please stay in your car and allow our team to admit you in an orderly fashion.
Gates will open to all ticket holders at 8.00am on Saturday morning. Please try to avoid arriving before this time to limit queueing. Morning track session drivers should ensure they arrive in time to sign-on between 8.00am and 8.30am.
This year we will not be posting out physical tickets
You will recieve an e-ticket by e-mail shortly after ordering.
You must print this out and show it on the gate to recieve your tickets, food vouchers & sticker.
For booking or any other information, fee free to get in touch!
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